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Michael Myers returns to the screen in “The End of Halloween”.

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This weekend’s Australian box office total was $8.09 million, down -33% from last week $12.02 million.

In its debut week, Universal’s Halloween is over won at the box office, grossing over $1.4 million. This latest American slasher is a sequel Halloween kills (2021), thirteenth part in Halloween franchises and the final film in a trilogy of sequels that began in 2018.

Moving through the ranks last weekend was key Paramount+ horror movie Smile. Author of the script and director Parker Finn, the stars of the movie Saucy Bacon as a therapist who, after witnessing a patient’s strange suicide, experiences increasingly disturbing and frightening experiences that lead her to believe that what she is experiencing is supernatural. The film grossed $1.3 million over the weekend, down 16% from the week before.

In the second week Don’t worry dear dropped to number three in the charts. Director Olivia Wilde, the film made headlines ahead of its release due to alleged behind-the-scenes drama between Wilde and the actress Florence Pugh. In the film, Pugh stars as Alice Chambers, a devoted young housewife Harry Styles as Jack Chambers, Alice’s workaholic husband.

Keeping his place on the fourth, was A ticket to heaven in the main role George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Although the story is set in Bali, the Ol ParkerThe director’s film was shot in Queensland. Last weekend, the film collected more than 780 thousand dollars.

Warner Bros. dropped to fifth place. DC League of Super Pets. In the main role Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, the film follows Superman’s pet dog Krypt and shelter dog Ace, who along with other animals rescue the captured superheroes from Lex Luthor and Lulu. To date, the film has grossed over $17 million.

Dropping out of the top five at the box office last week was Amsterdam.

1, Halloween Ends, $1.46 million

Star movie Jamie Lee Curtis, Andy Matichak, Rohan Campbell, Will Patton, Kyle Richards, and James Jude Courtney, and notes Curtis and Nick Castle last appearance in the series. The film averaged $3,948 on 371 screens.

No. 2, Smile, $1.35 million

Smile is a 2022 psychological horror film written and directed by Parker Finn (in his directorial debut), based on his 2020 short film Laura was awake. The film averaged $5,746 on 235 screens for a total of $5.32 million to date.

#3, Don’t Worry Honey, $1.15 million

Alice and Jack are lucky enough to live in the idealized community of Victory, the company’s experimental town, home to men who work for the top-secret Victory project and their families. The film averaged $3,228 on 359 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.14 million to date.

#4, Ticket to Heaven, $786,165

Winners of the “Oscar” award. George Clooney and Julia Roberts reunite on the big screen as exes who find themselves on a common mission to stop their lovestruck daughter from making the same mistake they once did. The film averaged $2,266 on 347 screens. The film has grossed $14.24 million to date.

#5, League of Super Pets DC, $574,343

DC League of Super Pets averaged $2,015 on 285 screens in its fifth week. The 3D superhero comedy is based on the DC Comics Legion of Super-Pets superhero team and stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart. The film has grossed $17.32 million to date.

https://www.mediaweek.com.au/box-office-michael-myers-returns-to-screens-in-halloween-ends/

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